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She’s just excited to lead – FDC trashes Nabbanja’s first 100 days in office as she says she’s achieved 90% of her tasks

Opposition political party FDC came out to trash Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja’s first 100 days in office as she said that she’s achieved most of her objectives to a tune of ninety percent.

The PM who appeared on NBS TV to talk about her achievements said that most of the President’s assignments to her have been well executed by her and her team.

“If I’m to rate myself out of 100%, I will give myself 90% because I have executed most of the President’s directives,” Nabbanja said.

However according to FDC, she’s incapable of the role and just excited at occupying the PM’s office.

The Prime Minister also talked about schools which for long have had different stakeholders disgruntled over keeping children at home for almost two years.

She said that everyone wants schools open since no parent wants to see heir children at home but they have to follow the experts’ advice.

Nabbanja however said that for schools to reopen, all the necessary stakeholders shall have taken the jab.

“We decided that tertiary institutions and universities should open up on 1st November to study day and evening.

We shall make sure that all these students are tested before accessing the institutions.

We are also planning for all secondary schools to reopen in January. We need all parents and teachers vaccinated,” Nabbanja said.

Contrary to those who doubt her leadership abilities like Kira Municipality Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda who said that she cannot even lead a gambling group, Nabbanja said that she plays 90 minutes and she’s yet to get started.

She also talked about the recent allegations that mafias wanted to kill her.

Nabbanja said that no one is after her and besides she has heavy security so nobody can make an attempt on her life.

“There is no one who wants to kill me. Besides, how can they even try with this security I have?,

She also talked about the issue if schools which the President said will open in January with only tertiary institutions opening in November.

Nabbanja said that they all want schools opened but have to follow the guidance of the health experts adding that schools shall only open after all the stakeholders have taken the jab

“Everyone wants our schools to open up. No parent is happy seeing their children seated at home.

Experts guide us, and we are prioritising people’s lives. Life is wealth. Ugandans should trust us.

We decided that tertiary institutions and universities should open up on 1st November to study day and evening.

We shall make sure that all these students are tested before accessing the institutions.
We are also planning for all secondary schools to reopen in January. We need all parents and teachers vaccinated,” Nabbanja said.

Nabbanja also talked about her abilities to lead which have been doubted by some people like Kiira Municipality MP Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda who recently came out to say that she can’t even lead as gambling group.

Nabbanja said that she’s a great leader who plays 90 minutes and she’s even yet to begin.

She also addressed the recent rumors of mafias who wanted to kill her.

The PM said that no one is after her life and besides she’s got a heavy security deployment.

“There is no one who wants to kill me. Besides, how can they even try with this security I have?”

Nabbanja added that no one will scare her and her team and they will always call a spade a spade.

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